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Belief in the spiritual value of nature is most often associated with Aboriginal people, but is common to major religions and many people with no religious affiliation. This chapter traces the origin of whole ecosystem evaluation from the 1950s to the development of the "total economic value" and "ecosystem services" frameworks. I argue that debates over which categories are valid, summation methods, and concerns about "double counting" miss the larger question of whether the whole is greaterdoi:10.1002/9781444392241.ch13 fatcat:ihdfya24z5h5vdlmel2nbl7th4